Grylls must come clean on Palmer: Labor

The state opposition is continuing to turn up the heat on Nationals leader Brendon Grylls, pushing for him to reveal his dealings with mining magnate Clive Palmer over the dropping of a $45 million environmental bond.

Opposition state development spokesman Mark McGowan has questioned why the Barnett government let Mr Palmer's company Mineralogy off a $45 million bond for an iron ore project in the Pilbara.


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